Kevin Dunn, assistant professor of political science, recently had his chapter “Cross-border Insecurity: national parks and human security in East Africa” published in “Beyond the Arch: Community and Conservation in Greater Yellowstone and East Africa,” which was edited by Alice Wondrak Biel. Dunn's chapter explores the impact that the national parks in Uganda, Rwanda, and the Congo have on economic, political and environmental insecurity in the region.
Dunn joined the Colleges faculty in 2001. He holds a bachelor's degree from Davidson College, master's degree from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and doctoral degree from Boston University. His book “Africa's Challenge to International Relations Theory” (co-edited with Timothy Shaw) was published in 2001.